Wheelock An exhibition at the Invisible Dog Art Center in Brooklyn. Abe made this piece with his father at his childhood home; a Christmas tree farm in Northern Vermont. The single sculpture is made of only two materials: wood and wool. Poplar logs were cut and milled with a chainsaw on the farm’s overgrown pastures. Raw sheep fleece was collected from a local farm. These simple materials open conversations between past, present, and place. This human scale sculpture offers a personal visceral encounter: body of sculpture to body of viewer.
bricks, plaster, soot
installed Wheelock, Vermont, Summer 2015
The Five of Us, 2014
Installed at ArtLot, Brooklyn
8 Cords, Wheelock, Vermont
firewood installed in existing cabin
Untitled Sculpture 2012
(Installed in Prospect Park, Brooklyn)
Firewood, Wassaic, NY 2010
1.25 cords firewood
Exisiting shed filled with 1.25 cords of firewood. Wassaic summer festival.
Untitled Sculpture, 2009
9 cedar boxes, 6' 2" x 3' x 3' each